Spurs came from behind with two late goals to snatch all three points from London rivals West Ham, and maintain their unbeaten start to the Premier League season after twelve games.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side had to come from behind twice to get the win at White Hart Lane, Harry Winks firing Tottenham level the first time for 1-1. Manuel Lanzini’s penalty put the Hammers ahead for the second time before Harry Kane equalised before snatching the win from the penalty spot in injury time. Here are the Spurs player ratings.
Hugo Lloris- 6
Couldn’t do too much about the two goals, otherwise another solid display from the Frenchman.
Kyle Walker- 6
Another decent display from the England international. Looked to pose a threat going forward down the right-hand side, but couldn’t do as much this game as in previous games. Still looked solid.
Eric Dier- 6
The centre-backs were probably not the ones at fault for the two goals, and played pretty well over the ninety minutes. Was a little unlucky to see his header saved by Darren Randolph in the second half.
Jan Vertonghen- 6
Also had a pretty good game. As I said, neither of the goals were the fault of the centre-backs, and I though the two defenders at the heart of the defence on the whole dealt with the West Ham counter attack effectively.
Danny Rose- 7
Posed a huge threat going down the left, and had another good game. The one downside to his game today was the yellow card that sees him miss the game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next Saturday.
Mousa Dembele- 7
Another strong display from the Belgian at White Hart Lane. He bossed the midfield at times and it is great to see Dembele back in the team on a regular basis.
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